Parchment, 68 ff., ca. 22,5 × 12 cm; 1150-1200
The manuscript contains Lucan’s text from I.1 to VIII.390, with a further loss of text in the third quire, originally a quaternion, in which two bifolia are missing and one of the remaining bifolia (33+36) has been displaced. Thus more than 2000 lines of Lucan’s text have disappeared in the present volume
The manuscript was acquired by the Royal Library at the auction of the Chapter Library of Hamburg in 1784. It was paginated and signed by Johann Martin Winckler, appointed secretary to the chapter in 1727. Winckler’s pagination and attestation show that the damages had already occurred when he inspected the volume. The manuscript was rebound during the reign of King Christian VIII (1839-1848)
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